Cyber Security Technology
Introspective Technology (IN) holds patents for breakthrough technologies related to Cyber Security.
As the NSA leaks of 2013 have proven, currently, there is no such thing as “network security.”
To counter this, IN has developed and patented a method, “STOP,” to mitigate vulnerabilities with current network data encryption.
The company has done $1.6 million in revenue so far.
IN has recently executed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the USAF that both protects the technology and allows Air Force Labs to conduct and contribute resources to Test Readiness Level (TRL) evaluations on IN technology. This is a step that will provide credibility and also open sales opportunities for IN products to the entire US Government, the world’s largest customer of goods and services.
IN has officially released its first commercial product: IC Secure Messaging. This can be downloaded from your app store. This is the first in a line of IC Secure products based on the company’s patented STOP technology. To follow will be File Transfer, Point to Point Security and Virtual Private Network (VPN). These revolutionary products protect data in a network from being intercepted and decrypted like nothing else on the market today.
With the proliferation of Cloud Computing, critical business data is increasingly flowing across the public Internet and semi-public networks. Inadequate security from “Man in the Middle” attacks, data recording, and injection is an ever increasing problem.
Since 2012, security professionals have admitted that existing encryption can be cracked. Data going across the Internet is stationary once a connection is established. It is easy to determine when two points connect to start recording or injecting information.
Introspective’s “STOP” patented technology moves data in the network, making sure it’s never in the same place for more than a few moments. In addition, it uses an encryption technique that can not be cracked. The two work together to provide the strongest network encryption available today.
The company has also developed and patented another technology called PUMAS…
As the world of technology starts to connect sensors, applications and people together, the “Internet of Things” is being created.
PUMAS acts as the glue to create complex networks of “things” that can work together to create a single, secure unified system that automates knowledge, work or creates entirely new functionality from what were disparate parts.
When used together, these two technologies create a next generation, impenetrable Cloud infrastructure for complex, event-driven automation. This technology is both seminal and protected by comprehensive, granted patents prepared by one of the country’s premier IP law firms, Nixon & Vanderhye.
Introspective Networks has a two phase go-to-market strategy. The first phase capitalizes on cyber security markets and builds a base of products on the company’s STOP encryption technology. This will be quickly followed by Point-to-Point file transfer, IP Tunnel, VPN and carrier level implementations of the technology.
The capital raised in this round will fund the acceleration of Phase 1. It will be used to expand marketing and sales efforts as well as to build business development staff to speed up time to market.
The second phase involves using the profits from Phase 1 to fund building out the company’s patented PUMAS technology. This is the missing link of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Cybersecurity Ventures projects $1 trillion will be spent on cyber security between 2017 and 2021.
General Ian Dickinson – Board of Director
General Ian R. Dickinson is a retired US Air Force Brigadier.
General Dickinson directed all IT and cyber security support to the Joint Staff as the Deputy CIO and led Air Force enterprise network development as the Director of Communications at the lead major command, Air Force Space Command.
Anthony Scott Thompson – Founder & CEO
Anthony has led teams and projects with multi-million dollar budgets for one of the worlds largest telecommunications companies — Level 3.
In 2006, he built its first SaaS transport provisioning system for Internet 2.
In 2007-2008, he led a team responsible for the integration of 6 acquired companies’ provisioning and data collection systems that saved Level 3 billions over time.
He continued improving and reselling these as SaaS offerings to large corporate customers who wanted to self-manage their networks.
Mr. Thompson’s vision and leadership has provided a constant stream of revenue and cost savings in every endeavor he’s undertaken. He is now applying these skills to patent protected technologies that are poised to revolutionize the digital world we live in.
Mr. Thompson has led Introspective (Introspective Power, Inc.) from concept to a C-Corp company with $1.6 million in revenue and three patent grants with more in flight.
He studied parallel and distributed systems at University of Colorado with Dr. Gita Alaghband. one of the foremost authorities on the subject. He earned a Masters degree in Computer Science.
Dr. Nicole Nemer – Head of Software Development:
Dr. Nemer has a PhD in Computer Science from University of Missouri with a focus on artificial intelligence and genetic algorithms.
She has worked with Anthony solving critical routing problems for the telecommunications industry.
She has a strong understanding of route automation along with optimizing decision logic and a wide breadth of experience from back end systems/services all the way to mobile apps. She provides the team with high level of technical experience combined with practical know-how at the highest levels.
Ellery Buchanan – Board of Directors
Mr. Buchanan is an accomplished entrepreneur and senior executive with more than 30 years of experience in strategic and executive management positions.
Most recently, Mr. Buchanan founded Fiberio Technology Corporation in 2009 in McAllen, Texas, a nanofiber technology company, where he served as CEO, President and Chairman, before the sale of the company in April 2016.
Mr. Buchanan was with RenewData Corporation from 2004 through 2008, serving as the CEO of this data archiving and electronic discovery firm.
Mr. Buchanan was the Executive Vice President of the New Jersey Nanotechnology Consortium (NJNC) and chaired the first SEMI Nanoforum .
Mr. Buchanan was also the founder, Chairman, CEO and President of Integrated Solutions, Inc. (ISI) where he was recognized as Entrepreneur of the Year for High Technology Manufacturing.
Mr. Buchanan was the Sr. Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Development for Ultratech, Inc. of San Jose, California. While there, he was the founder and president of the Advanced Packaging and Interconnect Alliance.
Prior to founding ISI, he served in a progression of senior management positions at GCA Corporation in Andover, Massachusetts, including Sr. Vice President and General Manager-Sales and Service Division, Corporate Controller and Director of Operations Analysis.
Mr. Buchanan began his career as a CPA with Price Waterhouse & Company and subsequently served as the senior international financial manager for Polaroid Corporation.
Mr. Buchanan received a BA degree from Gettysburg College and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Graduate Division.
Brian Mielke – VP of Network Services Development
Brian has been overseeing world class solutions solving some of the most pressing and complex issues facing network providers.
For nearly 20 years, Brian’s leadership and creativity have helped simplify the management of global networks.
Brian and Anthony have worked together since 2006.
Brian has advanced degrees from the Colorado School of Mines and the University of Colorado, focusing on Geophysics and Telecommunications respectively.